The International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) is inviting bids according to a new Requests for Proposals (RfP) under the IATI Data Use Fund.
With more than one million development and humanitarian activities published to IATI from nearly 1000 organisations, increasing the use of this data is one of IATI’s top priorities.
With more than one million development and humanitarian activities published to IATI from nearly 1000 organisations, increasing the use of this data is one of IATI’s top priorities. The Data Use Fund is administered by UNDP and aims to increase awareness, improve guidance and tools and integrate IATI data into government systems.
Interested and qualified service providers are invited to outline ideas and submit proposals for funding to improve traceability using IATI data as outlined below:
Theme 2: IATI Data Quality - improving traceability
UNDP/IATI is seeking to improve the traceability of development and humanitarian funds that are published to IATI and is looking for a service provider to develop visualisation models to trace selected funding streams and develop recommendations for publishers on how to improve the traceability of funds. The provider is required to develop information on existing best practice, and provide guidance on how to track funds from one organisation to another throughout complex delivery chains.
The deadline for receipt of proposals is 21 May 2019. See full information on the RFP on the UNDP Procurement website: RFP/BPPS/2019/1718 – IATI Data Quality
UNDP and IATI are looking forward to receiving innovative and detailed proposals. Please do not hesitate to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions and suggestions regarding the IATI Data Use Fund and the published Request for Proposal.